This technique preserves the health of the nails so that they look healthy and beautiful. It is more than a practice, it is an art. Let's see how to do it!
If what you are looking for is to restore health to your nails, while leaving them beautiful and using natural products, then you are in the right place. Japanese manicure is a chemical-free or synthetic technique that attempts to buff nutrients deep into the nail bed to make nails sparkle without the need for a drop of polish.
An ancient practice
Japanese manicure is an ancient practice that comes from Japan, where instruments and products come from natural sources. This method is introduced by a master who assesses the health of the nails before proceeding.
What materials are used?
The tools used for this method are ceramic nail files, calfskin polishing units, and orange sticks. Commonly used ingredients include pearl powder, ginseng, rice milk, beeswax, jojoba oil, bamboo extract, seaweed extract, vanilla extract, lotus seed extract, red tea extract, and ylang-ylang oil.
Focus on the health of the nail
This method seeks to restore the health of the nail so that it shines in its splendor. Although you can see amazing results right after the first application of this manicure, it will take several Japanese manicures for the nails to become firm, soft and elastic, and get a healthy pink tone and a natural shine.